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>> thank you for joining us. coming up this evening. the government imposes a new super tax. is this the end of the sport here in france? let's get all the latest international news. >> these are the headlines. phase one complete. syria's stocks of chemical weapons have been placed under seal. lawmakers in turkey wore their headscarf in parliament for the first time in 14 years. france's president tells football bosses he will not drop his super tax. syria can no longer produce new chemical weapons. that is what the watchdog announced this thursday. the day before the deadline set. a detailed plan to destroy the chemical weapons stock pile. >> one day before deadline, according to the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons, the regime has destroyed the facilities used to produce chemical agents. >> we have observed all the destruction activity. they are not in a position to conduct any further production, mixing of chemical weapons. >> syria agreed to destroy all of its chemical weapons after washington threatened to use force. that was in response to the killi
digging their heels in, french footballers say they'll strike over the planned super tax on the rich. >>> and police in canada say they have video of toronto's mayor apparently smoking a crack pipe. ♪ ♪ >>> welcome to al jazerra, it was an ambitious order, end syria's ability to produce chemical weapons. but it appears to have been done and ahead of schedule. the announcement from the world chemical weapons watchdog means syria can't produce any new chemical weapons. but damascus still has to destroy its chemical arsenal. kim explains how we got to this points. >> reporter: on august 21st, at least 1400 were killed, in what survivors called a chemical massacre. within days, the u.s. and its allies would condemn it too. >> this was not only a direct attack on human dignity, it's a serious threat to our national security. >> reporter: president obama quickly threatening military action against syria. syrian president bashar al-assad denied at tack and sent a warning to the u.s. >> you can expect everything. >> reporter: but polight i cannily, obama garnered support. >> the chemical
, but the prospect of raising taxes remains a sticking point. >> simply taking more from the hard-working families of america just isn't the answer. i know my republican colleagues feel the same. so i want to say this from the get-go. if we look at this conference as an argument about taxes, we're not going to get anywhere. the way to raise revenue from our perspective is to grow the economy, to get people back to work. >> compromise runs both ways. while we scour programs to find responsible savings, republicans are also going to have to work with us to scour the bloated tax code and close some wasteful tax loopholes and special interest subsidies because it is unfair and unacceptable to ask seniors and families to bear this burden alone. >> ifill: the committee has until december 13 to hammer out an agreement. otherwise, the next round of cuts will kick in next year. we'll have more on this, later in the program. there's word that the national the deficit ran $680 billion -l last month. the first time red ink has fallen below a trillion dollars in five years. today's report said revenues rose by
of the consumption tax will slow the economy and have stimulus to counter it will it work and the second is will they do a structural reforms, the third quiver of options are based, of economics, the structural forms that are necessary to really put more dine mitchell into the underlying economy .. >> rose: there is the question about the u.s. economy, if you look at 2013, are he they expecting growth to be right around two percent or 2.5? >> six percent next year. >> rose: 2014. >> 2014. i think most people, most forecasters have expected an acceleration towards the end of this year that would go into 2014, thus tar we haven't seen the figures and most recent figures are pretty disappointing, the government shut down, clearly played a role in that and slowed down the fourth quarter, the question is that going to continue and are we -- you know, is the acceleration that we think should be there, because the underlying ingredients weren't there are actually going to happen and so far, i don't see that much evidence of gliet so philip, what are the markets telling us? >> the markets have s
the attention away from things like obama care, taxes, energy, those issues that are going to affect virginia in the next four years delayed our ability to get to voters at least to be on the front burner, so to speak. and that's where we are now. >> so it hurt. >> that's what we have to close with. >> it hurt? >> it compressed time to get people while they're paying attention to this race. >> steve. >> bret mentioned this independent libertarian style candidate. he is taking as many as i think the average was 9.5%, 9.5 points if you look at the quinnipiac polls and other polls, if his voters were your voters, you would be winning. how concerned are you about him and what's your pitch to libertarian style voters? >> i'm the most-accomplished pro-liberty candidate that's actually been elected statewide in virginia in my lifetime. so what we talked to them about is my actual accomplishments. being the first to challenge obama care, being an attorney general who's going to leave office having helped exonerate more wrongfully convicted felons than any other a.g. in history. whether it's fighting
than the u.s., which prompted lawmakers to pass a junk food tax. the mexican congress approved the tax on salty and sugary junk food, charging 8% tax on foods that are 275 call lis or more. the mexican president is encouraging people to exercise an hour a day. i'm morgan radford. see you again at 4am eastern.
republican after republican talking about cutting taxes, talking about growing the economy, but not reaching to of the folks of middle-class, marking -- working men and women. it is like the republican party has written another class exists >> i certainly agree in terms of making that contact with working families. the biggest jealous families face a virginia is economic opporunity, jobs. there are enormous loss of virginia verbal of leisurely judge of the members because there have been unemployed so long three they're focused on that. a big difference. i can explain my plan to grow jobs and cut taxes. he is proposing more government spending. $1,700 more per family. other than zero in this month on obamacare. there is a stark difference also. once again come his approach is bigger government and-smaller government. was the first of five obamacare. lou: you were the first one to sue on obamacare. >> right. lou: at the same time, is that an issue for virginia voters? we look at these numbers. we're talking about, you know, roughly 10 percent of the folks that are going to the polls, federal
but they will have some new options for those who want to cover their employment and new tax credit possibilities. for large employers, 96% already cover their employees. the penalty that you're constituents referred to is not a penalty that is imposed in 2014, it is being discussed with businesses about what kind of information is exchanged and it will take place -- >> i thank you. he's going to use the gavel on me if you don't hush. i yield back my time. >> how much time -- the chair would recognize the gentle lady from california, miss eshoo. >> welcome, madam secretary. you're a distinguished woman, you have distinguished yourself and your state, the offices that you've held and now working for the american people and i salute you for it. i want to really congratulate my republican pals for being absolutely 1,000% consistent. you love what's wrong with the web site and you detest what's working in the affordable care act, and i think that that is on full display here. but let's get back to the web site because that's what the hearing is about. it's my understanding that november 31st is the -
their coverage. it's until they start getting the benefits of better coverage and the tax subsidies that come with it, which will make that coverage in many cases cheaper than the ones they currently have, that they won't understand or won't feel good towards obama, let's say. so that's why this whole rollout matters, they need to show the benefits of this in addition to the pain it was causing. >> still ahead the ceo of america's largest private health exchange joins us, how he is offering to bail out the government's troubled website. "morning joe" is back in a moment. ♪ [ male announcer ] you know that family? the one whose eye for design is apparent in every detail. whose refined taste is best characterized by the company they keep. well...say hello to the newest member of the family. the cadillac srx, awarded best interior design of any luxury brand. take advantage of this exceptional offer on the 2013 cadillac srx, with premium care maintenance included. (coffee be♪ng poured into a cup.) save your coffee from the artificial stuff. switch to truvia. great tasting, zero-calorie sweetn
people can get health insurance and tax credits. >> it may be easier said than done. many residents don't have internet or computers. >> mississippi is the unhealthiest estate in the nation. it has the highest premiums. mississippi only received $1 million in federal aid to publicise the plan. arkansas received 24 million. the university of mississippi got most of the money - $800,000. navigators helped almost 4,000 patient. some are magging out a state -- mapping out a state-wide effort to bring computers for the people. >> there's more funding needed. we are a state where you have to knock on doors to walk people through the process. >> chris miller may look at the health care exchanges, but will wait until the federal website is more reliable. >> all 35 people signed up with insurance provider magnolia - a spokesperson for humanisis says that company is in a quiet period until third-quarter earnings are released next month. >> spain may be targeted by the nsa. one paper says nsa monstered many thousands of calls. it's based on information from edward snowden, following allegations th
enrollment. that hub verifies identities and incomes, key to determining eligibility and tax credits. the problem was caused by activity at a center owned by verizon. verizon said our engineers have been working with technology companies to identify and address the root cause of the issue. >> this is another headache for health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius. she is set to appear before a congressional committee this week. she will testify about problems with the rollout. the glitches are blamed for low enrollment. congress said she should step down if she can't firm the problems with healthcare.gov. >> the president has been poorly served in the implementation of his own signature legislation, so if somebody doesn't leave and there isn't a real restruckuring, not just a 60 day, somebody come in and try to fix it, then he's missing the point of management 101, which is these people are to serve him well and they haven't. >> before sebelius is grilled by congress, there will be a house hearing on tuesday. >> at least 66 people are dead after a wave of bombings across i
of the tax benefits, and cheeper plans available through the new changes. the other half getting cancellation notices will have to pay more for insurance than they pay now. a woman in california is paying $98. the cheapest plan she can find is $238. she and others don't understand why they should be forced to pay for things in their plan that they don't want or need. the white house insists it was clear that some americans would have to pay more on the front end to bring costs down for everybody over the long end. >> that was david shuster. >> u.n. officials confirmed an outbreak of polio, the first time the disease was seen in a decade. there were 10 confirmed polio cases. 12 are being investigated. most tested are babies and toddlers. the disease will spread among half a million children who have not been vaccinated. members of congress heard from victims of a drone strike of the the pakistani family appeared on capitol hill to talk about the attack that left the family matery ark dead. kimberley halket has the story. >> they travelled from north waziristan to the u.s. congress in washingto
. that hub went down on sunday. it's key in determining eligibility for tax credits which can reduce the cost of those monthly insurance problems. the problem was caused with a connectivity issue at a center operated by verizon. those are your headlines. consider this i"consider this" e have news 24 hours a day at www.aljazeera.com. fought by antibiotics. is it too late to catch up and infections. >> a look at america's conspiracy theories with brad melt zer. did bobby kennedy take his brother's brain and how long was the fbi tracking lee harvey oswald before the assassination. >> wing suit flying is a deadly sport. mountains. >> i'm antonio mora, welcome to "consider this." we begin with a health crisis. antibiotics have saved millions of lives since coming into wide use in the middle of the past century. antibiotic resistent superbugs progress. >> the world health organization warned last year that an antibiotic era means an end to modern medicine, where strep throat and child scratch knee could kill. >> antibiotic resistance is a serious health threat. >> at least 2 million people each yea
a rather attractive tax structure. but in some ways, this is a big public relations exercise over the next couple of days to prove there is more to technology here than just the tax system. so you can see behind me, a whole bunch of stores where many of these engineers are showing their wears or if they're pitching on stage trying to secure a venture capital money. they're all here trying to prove that technology in ireland is one that the prime minister has been focusing on. i'm going to be catching up the prime minister prime minister later on as we see that bell rung for the nasdaq. between the technology sectors in the states and here in europe, this is a company serving a growth story. let's hope it is one for ireland, ross. >> good stuff. thanks for that, ross. don't forget, come up tomorrow, karen will have interviews with the current rising stars ryan homes and hoot suite. that's tomorrow. right now, you need to keep et here on cnbc. coming up with the countdown to the opening markets stateside, whatever happens, though, we hope you have a profitable day. bye for now. >>> good morn
federal spending on education. >> a budget that cuts what we don't need, poses wasteful tax loopholes that don't create jobs, free up resources to invest in the things that actually do help us grow like education and scientific research and infrastructure, roads, bridges, airports. they should not be an ideological exercise, we are just using common sense? . what is going to help us grow? what will expand our middle- class? those are the things we should be putting money into. >> internal records show north dakota has kept silent on scores of oil spill's over the past two years. according to the associated press, or dakota has reported nearly three hundred oil spills since january 20 12, but none of them publicly disclosed. it took 11 days before north dakota just recently announced that the tesoro oil spill that dumped more than 20,000 barrels of crude oil. dakota -- north dakota is the nation's second-largest oil producer. lou reed has died. a legend of the new york rock scene, he cofounded the velvet underground before going on to a prolific solo career. in hisater years, he took p
sold. the proceeds of the tax would pay for health, nutrition and activity programs for city youth supervisor weiner thinks the majority of voters would support the tax because it would benefit children. >>> the change in weather here in the bay area is bringing snow to the sierra. brian hickey is in kingsville where snow has been falling most of the morning. >> reporter: take a look behind me at individual -- king yale. we have 4 to 5 inches. folks come up to the chain patrol, many unprepared for the winter driving conditions. we have seen big rig drivers, having to turn around and head back down the mountain because they didn't come up with chains. and a lot of drivers doing the same. drivers can buy chains from the chain installers at a hefty brice. if you have plans to commissary between now and does -- come to the sierra between you and tuesday morning, bring those chains. 6 inches of snow here, light, fluffy powder, gives you an indication of how cold it is, even at kingdale where is conditions are fluffy and white. we first encountered this snow, even blow nyack, blue canyon
are -- >> you want them better or -- >> no. it's expensive. >>> we're going to talk about the sugary drink tax debate. also, in sports news, the boston red sox, can win the world series tonight at fenway if the cardinals win. game seven, that's going to be in boston. >> if they win in boston, it will be the first time since woodrow wilson. (vo) you are a business pro. maestro of project management. baron of the build-out. you need a permit... to be this awesome. and you...rent from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle... and go. you can even take a full-size or above, and still pay the mid-size price. (aaron) purrrfect. (vo) meee-ow, business pro. meee-ow. go national. go like a pro. >>> after singapore airline stops service between singapore and new york, which airline will have the longest flight with no stops? qantas airways with 8600 mile flight between sydney and dallas. >>> time now for the executive edge. this is our daily segment focused on giving business leaders a leg up. almost every major insurance has a review of the new apple ipad air today. and re
. they don't care about hard-working americans who own property, who pay taxes. these regulations could be -- keep you from developing your property, keep you from perhaps fixing a storage issue, drain issue on your property, if you have water drainage issues, you need to fill in some holes or something. these regulations will keep you from doing what you want to do, what's best for your property. >> you know, it sounds, in addition to a great big power grab, it sounds like this is also a way to create some fine revenue, where if you're doing something wrong -- and who knows what it is -- it's broad enough they can say anything is wrong, they're going to start levying fines against people for standing water on your property. >> right. or you have to get a permit. i think the bigger picture is about control because environmentalists don't want land to be developed. they don't want oil or gas or coal to be drilled out of the ground. remember, the e.p.a. has regulations on the coal industry. it's killing jobs and it's bankrupting the coal industry. when you think about it, it's a power gra
a background check. you have to pay fines, pay taxes, speak english. those are just the first steps. so that is a big jump on its own. then you go through a four-year process. i pay more fees, more back taxes. just to get the second phase of this. it's a ten-year process just to become a legal permanent resident if that individual chooses so. after three more years, so after a 13-year process, then you can file for citizenship. that would be the earliest way. one amendment though, i have negotiated into this bill my enlist act. i served with a lot of immigrants in the military through desert storm and through somalia. i just very strongly believe that immigrants that want to be our country should have the quickest pathway 0 citizenship and that's exactly what my amendment does. >> jeff denham is the republican congressman from california. thanks for coming in. >> wolf, good to talk to you again. thank you. >> thank you. >>> the former president big clinton is on the campaign trail today, this time in virginia lending support to a close friend running for governor. we're taking a closer
in new york. tough new abortion restrictions and taxes are likely to wind up before the u.s. supreme court reacts from state with bipartison support. also tonight - i always tell people if they want to dozens of people tweeting the name. >> finding hate on line. the >> >> >>> we gee bin tonight with a federal judge's decision to stop controversial restrictions on an abortion in texas. it comes hours before the new rule is to go into effect. a federal ruling >> it's not just a human rights privacy issue, encryption is being compromised. that is a commercial issue. >> we are asking where we are making deals like swift and all these things, that we get to the truth. you have too re-establish trust. this is important. secondly we are saying get proportionality we are not expecting admissions tomorrow, but let's start a process of some accountability. we have member states with bad accountability in relation to service, and surveillance. we have a problem, and we are dealing with that too in this inquiry. this is part of a process to get this right. we are moving into a world where electr
these subsidies kick in. for a lot of folks, the premiums might be higher, but when you factor in the ta tax write offs, most are going to be paying less. >> let's talk about the website debacle here. it may have turned off a lot of young people, healthy, single people, the exact group the obama administration was hoping to target. why is it such an issue? >> that is the issue. what we want to see in these markets is getting as many people enrolled as possible. just as you suggested, we essentially want the young folks to share the risk with the old folks. i think the challenge here is that the folks are going to oh sign up are those who are going to need it the most. again, this is not without precedent. when i first bought my iphone, you needed to wrap it in a rubber band gizmo to stop it from dropping calls if you held it the wrong way. they never intended to run these in 36 states. they're doing it because there are a host of governors out there who said we don't want to implement the laws where we live. is it surprising? not particularly. this is something where we can see it improve. the fun
of the lie. their insurance is getting canceled, they're losing their doctors, premiums are going up, taxes are going up, deductibles are going up, they are losing work, losing wages, losing hours. that can be directly linked to him and it has already begun, that line he told us to acute and direct paint the america people i think you will see the poll numbers fall even further. dagen: frankly in the speech yesterday he seemed to say you lost your insurance, get over it, by better insurance. the political calculus seems to be this applies to 5% of the population or less. it is negligible. we don't care, get over it. other people will not feel like they were lied to. >> i don't think he cares much, you guys. he's not running for reelection again. connell: you've got to care about health care. that's his thing. >> but he does to the big picture. nationalizing won six of the economy from a socialist point of view, that is what it is all about. he was never that interested in the minutia. connell: this interview has been way too easy for monica. i want to ask one question to make a somewhat unc
followed through because no one was about to levy the tax is and, in fact, enslaved people overwhelmingly did not want to go to liberia. liberia was a pretty grim situation, particularly for disease. and this became pretty well known. so gradual emancipation linked to the so-called colonization turns out to be a nonstarter for many reasons, and that's what that episode was about. we also have a question here. >> how many successful escapes to trinidad were you able to find? >> i don't know of any escapes that went direct to trinidad. what would happen if these people would escape the british, the men would become organized as colonial marines, women and children would come along and they would be in the refugee camp. later, some of them would be dockworkers in bermuda, and women and children. and after the war, the british would relocate them to trinidad. so this kind of the division. some will go to nova scotia, some will go to new brunswick, and some will go to nova scotia -- excuse me, to trinidad. those who go to trinidad are overwhelmed associate with the marines and they are settled
with accountability and waste of hundred of millions of tax dollars. the long-term problem is that the cost will be borne by the american people who will have to go out and buy new plans. >> let me ask but this. we have a words, accountability, apology and one is inappropriate. the first official obama care apology came today. someone being accountable. here it is. >> i want to apologize to you that the website has not worked as well as it should. i want to assure you that health care.gov can and will be fixed. >> that was the chief marilyn taverner. people are saying shouldn't someone else be saying apologies? >> this is such a washington game, right? spicer talks about, there is no accountability. nobody is taking responsibility. you saw the head of cms in that video take responsibility and apologize for it today. the president has acknowledged that there were problems. secretary sebelius has acknowledged there were problems. the washington game of parsing who is saying what when, i think irrelevant to what the situation is. there is a webb. it is helping thousands upon thousands of peopl
will pay less than they are paying for their plans now, because of the tax benefits and cheaper plans available through the exchanges. the other half will have to pay more for insurance than they are paying now. a woman in california is paying $98. the cheapest plan she can find is $238 a month. she and other people do not understand why they should be forced to pay for things in their plan that they don't want or think they will not need. the white house insists it's clear that some americans were going to have to pay more on the front end in order to bring health care costs down for everybody over the long term. >> david shuster reporting. >>> a controversial abortion law could end up before the high court. oklahoma supreme court ruled that a state ward banning abortions was unconstitutional. the supreme court could add it back to the docket. oklahoma is one of several states with these restrictions. yesterday a federal judge ruled that texas's abortion restrictions are unconstitutional because it limits a physicians right to go what is best for his patient and restricts a woman's a
guardia is to me the least appealing of the three. >> terrible. >> we all pay a tax every time we fly on a plane but it goes to congress and they divvy that money across the country so it goes to airports that don't have necessarily nearly as many travelers. >> i like newark. they got all kinds of shopping. >> the lines are horrendous. >> all right. move on, mcdonald's is apparently ending a partial 40-year partnership with heinz after heinz hired burger king's former ceo. we thought as taste test was in order. we have three different -- what did you say? two minutes to eat all these french fries. we're going to see which -- >> trying which we like. >> i maintained i could tell heinz because heinz is my ketchup of choice. >> really? >> i did. let's go. everybody taste. >> which way. >> i think we've got heinz, hunts and america's choice. >> little spicy. >> tangy. >> some undertones of vanilla, little bit of leather under there. >> leather. >> i like how thick this one is. >> i don't know which one is heinz. we're going to find out. >> good balance. sweeter though. >> right. >> more tangy. >> li
senate to bring that up. how in the world can that be. if you haven't paid your federal taxes, you said, if you want to get a federal contract you should be prohibited from doing that. barack obama the senator agreed with that, i'm agreeing with it now, yet we till can't get that kind of bill done, it's just another symptom of the two sides working together. i want to be that person. i'm a tea party guy but i want to work in a bipartisan way to strive forward but it's just not happening and it's very frustrating. >> at the same time on health care, do you think with all the problems with website, we're all acknowledging and ridiculinridin fact people tell me, i.t. people, if you don't know what is wrong with the code, you're really going to have to start from scratch. they don't know how there's an easy fix to this. at some point if the website works, is it possible republicans in general were wrong, that giving health care to however many million more people is bottom line a good thing? >> i'm not opposed to a website. i am concerned about a website that is not open and transparent, th
korea, gun rights, same-sex marriage, tax cuts, guantanamo, interrogation practices, surveillance practices iran, climate change lebanon war harriet meyers, middle east peace, syria, russia, federal spending. almost every matter of import they never saw eye to eye on. >> yeah. it was a dramatically evolved relationship. cheney was important in the beginning. never quite as single mindedly the puppet master some people might have thought. but by the end they had drifted apart. president bush wanted to try more diplomacy in his second term. he did want to rebuild res with the allies as we talked about in the last segment he tried to moderate to the some extent some counter-terrorism policies that caused controversy. vice president cheney worried that was getting away from what was most important, worried it was away from the principles they developed in the beginning after 9/11 and resisted a lot of these changes. although as he said publicly in these last few days, he didn't always win. >> one of the things you make note of is the way in which cheney dealt with bush, which was not
. it was affecting him these last couple of years. he had heard a tax several major surgeries. his schedulers started trying to make it easier, quicker and more concise. so looking back peter baker it's impossible to talk bay legacy so soon after this presidency ended but if you had to, what would you say it is? >> well, i mean, i think obviously iraq is going to be the central issue. i think what president bush would like to say is he protected the country and vice president chaney would like to say that as well. and they did get through the rest of their term without a major tack in america, something they will always be able to talk about. but iraq hovers over everything. all the other things he wanted to do medicare part d which he expanded, coverage of drugs. aids program,. all these things might have been the pieces of a very shallow legacy that iraq overshadows in so many ways. >> peter baker, the book is days of fire. brush an cheney in the white house. thank you very much. >> thank you, appreciate it. >> ifill: we close with a look back at the life of singer- songwriter lou reed, who died ye
to raise your benefit, nobody's going to pay any taxes and by the way we're going to let private industry figure out how to do that and it did and it came in at about half the cost of what everybody estimated it would do. >> the white house has tried to point to the medicare part d rollout as proof things can get better. the question is will it? joining me now the co-chair of the national bipartisan commission on the future of medicare, deeply involved in working on medicare while in the senate and was a big part of getting medicare part d passed. good morning to you, sir. >> good morning, chuck. >> well, is it an apples to apples comparison? the white house has been telling me this behind the scenes, medicare part d's rollout was just as e erratic, give us some time, the public will be won over. >> history repeats itself. back in 1965 with medicare, doctors and hospitals said it would be the end of western civilization, yet now they depend on it every day. same with medicare part d. they said "d" stood for debacle when they were rolling it out. now 90% of seniors think it's a great progr
on the tax payers' money. somebody's going to get fired on this. five weeks later -- >> if only the republicans had this kind of energy about getting people covered with health insurance. instead it's about glitches on a web site. >> i'm equally concerned about everyone getting one of these letters, bill, who's getting all these people from california to florida who's getting a letter in their mailbox or e-mail saying the plan that you have is getting terminated. your employer terminating their health care. i care about those people. >> i have to change the topic here, because i want to get to the other a word, that is the one i'm not going to say on the show. making headlines. tom coburn you both heard it republican senator "there's no comedy with harry reid. i think he's an absolute a hole. why go there." >> all right, sean, how do you defend that? senator coburn is usually a guy who often takes the high road. but this is the kind of stuff that makes washington look pathetic. >> well, i'm not going to defend the use of that kind of language. but i think that you're right in yo
would say you're allowed to avoid taxes not evade them. so they're taking full advantage of the rules as they interpret them. there are some outside surveillance lawyers who say it may raise interesting questions about lawfulness but on its face i don't see any evidence they're flouting the law. they're using it in ways the companies and public did not expect. >> ifill: that's exactly what it is. so tell me what kind of information they're getting. are they actually getting information from people's accounts? do we even know? or is this just the fact that they have the ability to get this information? >> well, we don't know how much they're keeping. but the way the law works, as soon as you touch it, as soon as you divert the information from where it's been going into a pot that you control, that's called acquisition. that's collection and that is restricted by law. now, we've changed the law after 9/11 to say just that it's okay to -- it's okay to collect information from u.s. facilities because lots of foreign traffic passes through there. now, we have not added restrictions becaus
. telecom, education, tax reform, political reform and energy reform. they say not even the best bullfighter does it with five bulls at a time. >> rose: no bullfighter could do that. >> two is a lot. one is enough. >> rose: suppose trade. speak to me about trade, mexico trade, u.s. mexico and trade. >> it's huge. you see that's why the border with the u.s. is so important for mexico and the u.s. there's much more going on than this drug thing. >> rose: exactly. >> $400 billion in trade a year. i mean it's human. people said well mexico's going to take all these drugs. you know, lots of companies have invested in mexico from the u.s. to mexico and from mexico to the u.s. and basically what's happening now that the location of mexico, the same zone as america has given as much advantages as china. you have your outsourcing in mexico like in china and india. it's the same time zone. you can fly from new york to mexico city under four hours. >> rose: is china or the united states mexico's largest trading partner. >> u.s. by par. >> rose: who is second? i don't mean to put you on the spot.
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